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Continuing Update on TMCC’s Opposition to SouthWaste Permit

by William Morfey, TMCC President

In the last issue of the Timbergram, I reported on the status of TMCC’s opposition to the SouthWaste Services (“SouthWaste”) permit amendment application that is pending with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (“TCEQ”).  Due to SouthWaste’s track record of causing nuisance odors in the surrounding area, as well as other […]

By | 2015-10-18T09:39:04+00:00 November 1st, 2015|Environmental Affairs, President's Corner|Comments Off on Continuing Update on TMCC’s Opposition to SouthWaste Permit

Call to Action! – An Update on TMCC’s Opposition to SouthWaste Permit

by William Morfey, TMCC President

As many of you are already aware, the SouthWaste Services (SouthWaste) waste processing plant at 6407 Hurst has filed a request with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for an amendment to its waste processing permit that will allow it to process nearly 50% more.  SouthWaste processes materials such as […]

By | 2015-10-17T14:46:26+00:00 September 1st, 2015|Environmental Affairs|Comments Off on Call to Action! – An Update on TMCC’s Opposition to SouthWaste Permit

Update – Bryce Chemical Feed Station at Bryce & 11th Street

By Darlene Wayt

Update 07/20/2015: Per an email blast from CM Cohen dated 6-5-15, Council awarded a contract to Industrial TX Corporation for upgrades that include two new biological odor control treatment systems and fans, chemical feed systems and three new chemical storage tanks, the contract duration is set for 360 days.

 

 

Update 03/11/2015: This is now on the Rebuild Houston […]

By | 2015-09-09T14:42:18+00:00 June 11th, 2015|Environmental Affairs, Updates|Comments Off on Update – Bryce Chemical Feed Station at Bryce & 11th Street

Update on the Proposed Expansion of Southwaste Disposal

by Lorraine Cherry, TMCC Environmental Chair

As discussed in previous issues of the Timbergram, Southwaste Disposal, located on Hurst Street just west of section 5, submitted an application to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) to expand their operations. Southwaste processes grease waste from restaurants around the city and septic waste from the Harris County […]

By | 2015-03-10T19:33:57+00:00 February 21st, 2015|Beautification, Environmental Affairs, Updates|Comments Off on Update on the Proposed Expansion of Southwaste Disposal